2. Make Sure The Colorway Is Legit 

This one doesn't take much effort, but you would be surprised how many people catch a "L" when it comes to copping bogus colorways. If you aren't 100 percent positive if what you are searching for actually dropped, look for photos on sites like Complex, Nice Kicks, and Sneaker News — we typically have shots of every release that would even inspire a fake makeup. Those "Fishstick" Yeezys never happened, as bad as you want to believe Trey Parker and Matt Stone rule the world. Neither did those Spongebob Jordans, playa.